Mass Effect 3 Special Edition Wii U trailer

Mass Effect 3 Special Edition Wii U trailer

A new trailer for Mass Effect 3 Wii U version, called Mass Effect 3: Special Edition, was unveiled recently, showcasing some of the exclusive features of this particular version of the game.

Mass Effect 3: Special Edition marks the debut of the series on Nintendo’s consoles: released early this year on Xbox 360, Ps3 and PC, Mass Effect 3 brings a close on commander Shepard’s trilogy.
The game features three pre-set campaign modes: Action Mode, Story Mode and Rpg Mode with Action Mode focusing heavily on the action with automatic responses during dialogs; Story Mode sports minimal game difficulty for players who just want to experience the story and RPG Mode brings the usual Mass Effect role playing game experience.
The game also brought many improvements to the Mass Effect 2 formula: leveling system has been refined with many more options available to customize skills, combat is even more action oriented making the game play almost like a third person shooter and new emphasis has been placed on melee combat as well.

Mass Effect 3: Special Edition will make good use of some of the Wii U GamePad features: players will be able to issue commands to party members and perform attacks with the touch screen. There’s gonna be some more additional content too, like extra missions, exclusive weapons and new team members. The “Extended Cut” ending will also be included into the game.
Get ready to get back into space, Mass Effect 3: Special Editions will be available on November 18 in North America and November 30 in Europe.

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